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    A continuation of a Thread (started by Lord Brett), from the old forum, link to original Thread -

    A screencap, which I hope you will be able to use, wearysloth.

    Roberta Tovey as Anne, from The Black Arrow episode The Stake (1974).

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    Thanks! One-take Tovey looking all grown up


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      Wearysloth, perhaps you can start a page for the classic Ghost story Ghost in the Water (1982).

      The IMDb page for Ghost in the Water -

      Below are some screencaps (which I hope you can use, wearysloth) from Ghost in the Water.

      Paul Copley as Mr Reed.

      Judith Allchurch as Tess.

      Peter Brooks as Mr Milner.

      Ian Stevens as David.


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        Below are some more screencaps (which I hope you can use, wearysloth) from Ghost in the Water.

        Neville Barber as Henry Parkes.

        Angus Kennedy as David Caddick.

        Hilary Mason as Nan.


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            Weary - there are a number of actors on your website who are no longer with us and you may wish to add their deaths. Sheri Sheptone, Lydia Lisle, Jo Warne, Simon Cuff, and Roger Bizley all passed in 2017.

            Peter Clay died in 2013 and Marvin Kane in 2012 (the latter was born in America but spent the rest of his life here). I've put the details into imdb based on death notices, probate records and such. They all have birth dates but only the year in some cases.

            Those are a few of the people I remember offhand - I'll add any more I come across.



            • cornershop15
              cornershop15 commented
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              I didn't know about Jo Warne until I came across this post just now. What a shame. Can't recall too much of her time in 'EastEnders' (as the original Peggy Mitchell) but in recent years have admired her work in the wonderful 'Spring and Autumn'. She had many great scenes with TV son Charlie Hawkins. Yet again I've been cursed with the death of an actor while enjoying a series they were in.

              Sad news to end the day. Just like it was this time yesterday when I read about George A. Cooper.